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There are few people out there who don’t know at least something about this Pokemon. It’s a terror from the sky, an awe-inspiring horror, a ferocious monster from the past that should have never been brought into the modern world. But, is this the truth? Or misconceptions about a truly breathtaking Pokemon that have taken over the narrative? As someone who has been fortunate enough to befriend and train an Aerodactyl, I’ll help dispel fact from fiction.


Name: Aerodactyl, the Fossil Pokemon

Type: Rock/Flying

Average Size: 5'11" feet or 1.8 meters tall, 130.1 pounds

Evolution: N/A

Mega Evolution: Mega Aerodactyl

Aerodactyl is a rock and flying type carnivorous fossil pokemon. It is a large reptilian biped, possessing long membranous wings for flight. Believed to be the largest known flying fossil pokemon, Aerodactyl has been known to use air currents to cross vast distances while expending little energy. Using this method, it could cross entire ancient oceans in search for food and nesting ground. Being carnivorous, it mainly eats fish and fish-like Pokemon, small animals and Pokemon, as well as scavenging carrion from deceased creatures. It was one of the most widely spread pokemon, with preserved old amber and fossils being found in Kanto, Sinnoh and Kalos. It has a very hostile temperament, and will only trust a trainer that has shown fearlessness in battle. However, once trust is gained, it is a bond held for life. Recommended for experienced trainers who specialize in large, carnivor Pokemon.

It’s mega evolution, possible through a strong bond with it’s trainer and the use of an Aerodactylite, does not cause pain as commonly believed. Instead, a large rush of adrenaline causes the Aerodactyl to enter an enraged-like frenzy, only controllable by its trainer. As with any mega evolution, should only be attempted by extremely close partners on good standing with each other, due to the strain and energy put on the Pokemon.

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So there you have it. While an intimidating and fierce Pokemon, Aerodactyl is no monster. It is a powerful and majestic being, worthy of both respect and trepidation in those who encounter them.


Hope you all enjoyed, have an amazing day!


Professor Maple, signing off.

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After starting on twitch and reconnecting with some old friends I got inspired by some to try some water colour painting. I never enjoyed art much, and I never thought I’d have any skills with it. But I have to admit, I am rather proud of these.

They may be far from perfect or amazing, but they are mine and I created them and did them all on my own, including designing them. For me that is huge.

Just goes to show, if you weren’t good or didn’t enjoy something during school, doesn’t mean you are bad at it. School adds other pressures, expectations which are meant to be met. Doing these now let’s me teg things without judgment and if I don’t like them, no one sees them but me.

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Aerodactyl, the Fossil Pokémon.

In prehistoric times, this POKéMON flew freely and fearlessly through the skies.

Diamond Gemspark - Unpainted, Shadow
Sandstone Brick - Grey
Mudstone Brick - Grey

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Post-Tournament chill

because drawing your ship’s pokemon is better than drawing the ship itself

Juliet’s team: Aerodactyl + Sylveon + Arbok (if only I could have it in the game) + zigzagoon 

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As a Scottish person, I was really disappointed when the Galar region came out. It felt like another instance of something being called British when we had no part of it. Sure, we had little nods such as Lake Miloch but all in all, we were pretty much ignored. 

Then the Crown Tundra came out, which is based on Scotland. It is amazing. It’s beautiful, has a dynamax tree, had stunning ruins and cemeteries and stuff. You can imagine the area having run down crofting houses like we have in the highlands where Wooloo run free and there’s no people (based on the Highland Clearances where land owners chucked off the people for farming as sheep were far more profitable). And the legendries! The Crown Tundra has Suicune, Aerodactyl, Amaura, the three birds! And so many of my favourite Pokémon are there (like Dratini and Gible). 

My point is that the Crown Tundra has made me fall in love with the Galar region and makes me feel seen as a Scottish person. (Though the name Freezington is very English, there’s only one town, and the use of lake instead of loch feels like a missed opportunity.) I’m so pleased with the Crown Tundra and I can’t wait for people to really begin making fan content for it!

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I accidentally deleted my last Grensday post, so I decided to double down this Wednesday! He’s joined this time by Garth the Gallade, Elec the Eevee, Torch the Flareon, Xerneas, the photo-bombing Wigglytuff, Hari the Chespin, Ryu the Lucario, Carl the Vivillon, Kingles the Furfrou, Ricola the Pidgeotto, and Tsubasa the Aerodactyl. 

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